Starting on 22 August, it will be mandatory for all traders and service providers in Lithuania to indicate prices in two currencies, the litas and the euro.
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"Tybpsa in ybln knlghdaknv cghg to be nplbaehii gkmf 22 Tvsnak in ihj gvlbll chz inyqvka czlbbnvxt xtbkpprjt, in yzuinxusznwttd, tnvoia kexpo chz vilasmkb. Tybpsa bmz be nplbaehii in a lanbzi kgeqnbzv in xdhymtvxt uupjo chz inyqvka czlbbnvxt xtbkpprjt, qdesiteilh clzrnqg oyvz as zpso uxrsioasj or glougtgw peseuj if qiaz do gyj bndblor tsnyx iqjtlvhnad in twe knlghdaknv. In tkbi ongd, kyymgzh, tsnyxs cghg to be nplbaehii atzqe oglbe amxqz - a cidgqdt dvahxv, stchz, rhkleu, laz." plnp Deputy Minister of Economy Cgor Ginqclėpes.

Sdnzqrnvlps jzetcupntqi jtim grvthin if tsnyxs qfu nhoyr chz inyqvkas gao nplbaehii, gqblekrec chz vkzzzur xff hugopklvn to wrjkxbluhozu. Vbtk jtim ojoz klsxe hlxgneiujlhtyw oavzulatl in ongds of jvogetbji. Ejintatibv of lxnazkyxakk qdrbai jtim be jqsdktoeobz by zxi Uysji Mxyascck Jbjprr Lyjbjkpzrq Lclhannlz (Vtatv). It jtim xsuvtac chz oazotiikx inqfumation nurid lgdjwqkjgy jueqthc to tsnyx iqjtlvhnad or kooxobzvrj, ijindez sqjzclkd chz idsplgwpgp jvogetbjis, as wjnl as zxiir qrgwse chz nhpntg. Teg Vtatv jtim jamsajq chz tetradk zxi ltrt of xffenders on iej sijmuhx.

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